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I have 2 UD5H/3770K rigs and the boards are running just fine. More people post about problems than good experiences, just the way it is.
You can also check the ram manufacturer sites for compatible ram, often they will have more listings than Gigabyte does simply because they are in the business to sell ram and I assume do more testing,
Dual LAN: I think you can setup the Intel driver to function in tandem with the Atheros LAN if using both ports, go to the Intel driver properties in Device Manager.

It seems most people having problems at this point are either with KB/mouse incompatibilities or add in PCI cards. If you don't use PCI sound cards etc you should be OK. The onboard Realtek is actually very good on this board.

EDIT: I'm running the G Skill Trident 2400 ram on one rig and Kingston HyperX on the other with no problems.
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Thank you for the info. I do have an EMU 0404 Audio PCI card that I was planning on using as I used to have it hooked up to my studio equipment. Having the PCI slot on board was a plus in that regard and one of the reason I went with Gigabyte. So I guess I would have issues. Then again its a cheap audio card and I can either use another external audio interface or get the pci xpress version if they still have it.

I will check the memory manufacturer sites and thanks for the info on the ram that you are using.
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diglyd,
I would recommend you Z77X-UP5 TH,
because is more mature then first release of Z77 series.
So far 2 days in test ,no even 1 freeze or BSOD,very stable board.
Edited by stasio - 7/25/12 at 4:57am
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Thank you so much . That is what I was looking for as an answer in relation to the UP5 TH. I thought about the benefits of it being a more mature second gen product but was not sure as its is brand new. My only concern is the price. Its is a little more but t hen again so was the Sniper and I was considering that also. The Thunderbolt ports are a definite plus.


I just ordered a pair of 16 GB DDR3 G-skill ares 9-9-9-24 so I am good there. On sale at Newegg for 89$. They were supported in the UD5H so the new board should be ok with them too if i get it.

I think the UD5H is probably an awesome board but I don't need dual nics and I would rather have TB and Wi-Fi. Heck I probably would be more then fine with the ud3h if that is stable.

Thank you again for the feedback.

D.
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Hi Everyone. (Edit: condensed my post..it was Huge! :0)
I am in the process of building my first pc in over 6 years. The last time I built a desktop system was when AGP was king.
I picked up an I7 Ivy Bridge 3770K cpu.
I read various MB reviews and tired to settle on a board. ASUS was out as I found an astonishing amount of quality issues in various user reviews that really scared me to get one despite the fact that on paper they looked awesome. They were also very pricey compared to others. After some research I thought that Gigabyte would be the best choice.
So I just picked up a UD-5H tonight.. Then I went on New Egg and read some of the user reviews and was shocked as well as concerned at the high amount of problems that people were having with this board. I instantly had buyers remorse and I was like "Oh ****" However I figured out that many complaints were due to people not knowing what they were doing, or not updating their bios. From what I have read here the latest bios seem to fix some problems.
But still I am alarmed . Should I worry? I want to build a stable system.
In regards to the UD5H I keep seeing comments that the UD5h has issues with the M-Sata, USB, PCI cards, and it exhibits freezing, and inconsistencies on ivy bridge under Win 7. Allot of this info seems outdated though. Is this stock or over clocked? Is this still happening on the latest BIOS?
Can someone give me the current status on the stability? (I am sorry but I can't read all the comments int his mega thread).
Was the UD-5H the wrong board to buy in my case if I want a hassle free experience? Should I have went with a cheaper 3DH or just a $140 Intel board or a MSI? (I really like that Sniper though).
In regards to the Sniper I don't need all those features as I am not a hardcore over clocker or plan on doing tripple SLI but I have not seen as many negative comments in regards to the board performance and stability as others and I like the idea of having wi-fi, blu-tooth, and well options. I really like Gigabyte as I think their engineering is good.
Which one of these boards is the most stable for general performance on Ivy Bridge? which one is the most hassle free board to set up and get up and running at stock or slight overclock? I do have a full tower CM storm case.
Sniper G1 3 (love all the features)
UD5H (thinking of exchanging for the wi-fi version if I keep it)
UD3H (cheaper option then UD5H less SATA)
D3H (cheap solid option???)
UP5H TB (Thunderbolt also sounds sexy as I do audio work).
Intel (assuming it would work out of the box but not sure now)
something else from someone else? (other vendor)
Maybe Asus Maximus Formula? No? too much? Some posts keep saying this is good??Not sure about Asus quality though.
since the UD5H, Sniper share the same components do they have the same issues?
Also will the G.SKILL Ares Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 (PC3 14900) Desktop Memory Model F3-1866C10D-16GAB work on any of these Gigabyte boards? SHould I get the PC1600 instead of t hese 1866?
I bought a Noctua D-14 so I needed some low profile ram. The original Corsair Vengeance I had to send back to New Egg because of clearance issues. I forgot about that. I guess they now put these dumb super tall heat spreaders which I don't think actually do anything??? (no water cooling for me).
(RAM link G-Skill) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231560
Can someone also recommend some RAM if the one I listed above will not work. On the Gigabyte RAM compatibility page I could not find anything higher then 4GB or the high profile ram only.
Would this be a better choice:
Corsair Vengeance LP Performance Memory Modules 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600MHz (PC3 12800) CML16GX3M2A1600C10
http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Vengeance-Performance-Modules-CML16GX3M2A1600C10/dp/B007TG8QRW/ref=cm_lmf_tit_7_rsrsrs0
1additional question:
1. Why would you need a dual LAN on a MB if they are not the same vendor (2 Intel) and you can't pair them? What is the benefit to having dual Lan for gaming?
Please help. I just need a recommendation on a stable board that can still allow for overclocking in the future. . (not saying Gigabyte is bad or trolling. I just want as little compatibility issues as possible from the available options on the market.). Thank you.

Earlier on I would have recommended the board (in fact, I did!) hands down because of the sheer value of what you get, but the longer I use it the more I change my mind.
For the record, I am on a UD3H, not UD5H like you but they are both very similar boards and all of them seem to be having similar problems. I have scoured the net and found several sources of folks complaining about the same problems.

There seems to be an issue with the USB ports on the board. That is for certain. Something is up with the VIA ports. I'm at stock settings, save for disabling EIST/C1E so I should not be encountering these issues. Some examples of my problems are as follows.
1. Doing the usual of even adding an external hard drive to the PC while it is powered on can result in a crash.
2. I have a Logitech G19 and I dare not switch ports while the PC is powered on as again, Windows will crash. It also will not work well on certain ports early on no matter the BIOS setting (can't get into the BIOS as the KB doesn't get any power at all). Before a BIOS update I did, I could not use the keyboard on the VIA ports at all as it would result in a crash and board instability but now I just can't swap the keyboard from one port to the next (that's progress I guess?).
3. I have an OCZ Solid 3 drive that works flawlessly on another board but constantly has errors on this board (drops out and comes back). I've tried both the S3 and S2 ports. I know that OCZ has a terrible reputation, something I discovered right after I purchased the drive, but it works fine on my Abit IP35 Pro board so it should work on this one.
4. When the PC is powered up every, single, time be it Windows 7 or Windows 8, the Via audio drops out and comes back several times while my Logitech G930 is plugged in. This happens like clockwork. I have tried the G930 on every other USB port including the boards USB 2.0 header housed ports. This seems minor, but whenever it does this the G930 automatically becomes the default audio, so I have to manually change it back to VIA audio - that gets old after oh, say 20 times. It should not be happening, period. You may not experience the same problem on your board since it uses a Realtek audio chip.
5. Drivers may eventually be a problem in the future. We all know how it goes. A few months later these manufacturers forget about driver updates for the boards. I survived on my Abit for 5 years because I was able to get driver updates from my respective part websites, namely, Realtek which seems to be excellent over the rest for their driver updates. The GB UDxH boards use VIA mostly for USB and such - good luck getting anything called a recent driver from VIA after a year. This sort of puts the future of the board into question. Some people upgrade their boards yearly, my plan was to go at least another 5 on this board. I'm not so sure it's possible.

I've been doing this since last week and still haven't found a sweet spot in terms of getting the board to work 100% stable, 24/7. But I seem to be getting closer. I have an unreleased (testing) Bios and some of the issues are clearing up (like the Keyboard working on a VIA USB 3 port).
I will summarize as this. I recently got my PC upgrade (last week, as I mentioned). I have had so much trouble that I have had to do systematic testing on every single thing I got. The only thing I haven't tested by swapping it to my Abit board is my RAM and I'm 100% sure my RAM is OK because I have run all sorts of memory tests. I also haven't had any memory errors.

The only thing you can do now, since you've purchased it already is set it up and see if all goes well. You're going to read as many good things about the board as bad. It is entirely possible that there's a bad batch out there that aren't so bad they fail completely, as if it's something very minor in the design of some vs. others. /shrug. I did my research before getting the board and I went ahead because like you, much of the negative comments came from new builders or people that seemed like they didn't know too much about what they were doing. I thought "this isn't going to happen to me". Well, I was wrong. As someone that is of like mind as you (I wanted a simple install experience and features for later on like SLI), I completely regret the purchase. But it may be different for you, and you'd be getting a heck of a board if it works.

I have one last ace to play before this lemon goes back and that is getting a 750W PSU. Do I need it? Hell no, you can see my rig in my sig. But it is the last thing I can think of why I may be having issues at all, other than my board possibly being a dud. Currently I have an Ultra 600W which really pans out to be ~480W, but it is a very stable 480W and I should be able to run what I have with that easily. I will be making a separate post with my experience of using and dealing with the board. I wrote GB about 3 days ago and still haven't heard back from them, which sucks.

I don't know what to tell you re: RAM and stuff. Since I am not OCing I just got some G. Skill Value RAM (1333) which works well. Dual LAN can be useful if one port goes bad or 1 connection goes down somehow, you'd have the second one available so the connection wouldn't quit. Some boards also route intelligently in that case. Not sure if the UD5H does.

Good Luck, let me know how it goes.
 
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AMD & Asus fanboy making the switch to Intel and Gigabyte. I was about to get the UD5H but right before I checked out I did one final search and saw the UP5. I had already ordered CPU and mem. I think I would have been fine with UD3H as it was all I really needed but I did not want the Via Audio and I like the port config of the UD5H better. The UP5 is way overkill; I probably won't even install the wifi card but felt it was a second gen of the UD5H hopefully more stable and with Thunderbolt which might be the next USB or I might never use. From what I understand it needs to be integrated and even if they are able come out with an expansion card it will be expensive so I figured I better do it while I could.

UP5
3570K
GSKILL F3-12800CL8D-8GBXM (went 1600 over something higher as I thought it might agree more with the UD5H which was a major consideration when reading all about issues)

wheee.gif Gets here tomorrow and will assemble this weekend
Edited by Lazlonius - 7/25/12 at 8:37am
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Did you see guys Z77X-UP7 Final Design?

Look here:
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150943373302120&set=a.10150943373017120.412570.209090107119&type=1&permPage=1

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Guys with 8GB, how much RAM you have in task manager, ideal is 8192 MB, but i have 8153 MB is that ok?

8154mb here
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About the on-board RealTek sound on the UD5H: how is the noise isolation? I use headphones & the amount of popping, hiss & general noise during silent passages or when no audio is playing on my old Asus A8n-SLI onboard sound is wholly unacceptable. Have things really improved with RealTek codecs since then or are things still utter crap?
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